Carol Greenlee MD, MACP, is board certified in Internal Medicine and in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism with over 30 years experience in private practice Endocrinology. In addition, she has a special interest in and has contributed to many projects and programs devoted to improving care delivery. Among these efforts was chairing the “Accurate Insulin Dosing” toolkit developed by the Endocrine Society in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association and several other organizations to provide shared decision-making tools for patients with diabetes regarding choices for insulin therapy. While serving as Vice-Chair and then Chair for the American College of Physicians (ACP) Council of Subspecialty Societies (CSS) she led several workgroups aimed at improving how primary care and specialty care clinicians work together to provide more patient-centered and collaborative care. She was a lead author of the ACP position paper “The Patient-Centered Medical Home Neighbor” and chaired the ACP workgroups for the High Value Care Coordination toolkit and the Pediatric-to-Adult-Care Transitions initiative as well as the widely collaborative workgroup on Sharing the Care. She served on the ACP Board of Regents for 4 years as well as on the board of directors for the Endocrine Society and the American Thyroid Association. In 2014 her practice was one of the first NCQA recognized Patient-Centered Specialty Care practices. In 2016 she received the Endocrine Society Laureate Award for Outstanding Clinical Practitioner. From 2015 to 2019 she served as faculty for the Transforming Clinical Practice initiative (TCPi), a CMS/CMMI initiative focused on helping practices with practice transformation to improve care delivery by implementing patient-centered team-based care.
Dr. Greenlee received her undergraduate in zoology from Miami University of Ohio, her MD from Indiana University School of Medicine and completed her Internal Medicine residency at Ball Memorial Hospital and her Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism fellowship at Indiana University Medical Center. [Her practice experience was enriched as she moved for her husband’s career in engineering, allowing her to experience practicing in a variety practice types and communities from Indianapolis to Allentown, PA to Atlanta, GA and lastly to solo endocrinology practice in Grand Junction, CO.]